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Welcome to Collinwood (24-May-2002)

Directors: Anthony Russo; Joe Russo

Writers: Anthony Russo; Joe Russo

Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Producers: George Clooney; Steven Soderbergh

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Prison, Heist

Remake of Big Deal on Madonna Street (1958).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patricia Clarkson
29-Dec-1959   Pieces of April
George Clooney
6-May-1961   E.R.
Jennifer Esposito
11-Apr-1973   The Proposal
Luis Guzmán
28-Aug-1956   Ramon on John From Cincinnati
Michael Jeter
26-Aug-1952 30-Mar-2003 Evening Shade
William H. Macy
13-Mar-1950   Fargo
Sam Rockwell
5-Nov-1968   Lawn Dogs
Gabrielle Union
29-Oct-1972   Night Stalker
Isaiah Washington
3-Aug-1963   Dr. Burke on Grey's Anatomy


William H. Macy   ...   Riley
Isaiah Washington   ...   Leon
Sam Rockwell   ...   Pero
Michael Jeter   ...   Toto
Luis Guzmán   ...   Cosimo
Patricia Clarkson   ...   Rosalind
Andrew Davoli   ...   Basil
George Clooney   ...   Jerzy
Jennifer Esposito   ...   Carmela
Gabrielle Union   ...   Michelle
John Buck, Jr.   ...   Old Man in Prison
Brett C. Leonard   ...   Mickey
Frank O'Donnell   ...   Priest
Peter Veneziano   ...   Referee
Bernard Canepari   ...   Judge
Art Oughton   ...   Corrections Officer
Ray Calabrese   ...   Oswald
Annie Kitral   ...   Nun #1
Lissy Gulick   ...   Nun #2
Dorothy Silver   ...   Nun #3
Maryanne Nagel   ...   Mrs. Antwerp
David Warshofsky   ...   Babitch
Don Kost   ...   Beddo
June Lang   ...   Old Purse Woman
Basil Russo   ...   Funeral Home Director
Angela Russo   ...   Arguing Woman
Wayne S. Turney   ...   Arguing Man
Rohn Thomas   ...   Janitor


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